Asphalt Paving Blog

3 Reasons To Choose Asphalt For New Home Driveway Construction

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jul 15, 2014

There are many decisions to be made and factors to consider when building or purchasing a newly constructed home. During the construction process, driveway features are oftentimes overlooked but typically the first impression a visitor or prospective buyer will notice about a home. Choosing what type of driveway can be a big decision that impacts the overall curb appeal of the home and functionality of exterior space. Options such as asphalt, concrete and interlocking pavers are available – all with very different aesthetic and performance qualities. Geographic location can play a significant role when deciding what material is best for new driveway construction – especially if you live in cold or wet climates. Here are 3 reasons why asphalt is the best option for home-builders or buyers in the Midwest:

Integrating Landscaping with Residential Asphalt Design and Paving [Case Study]

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Dec 3, 2012
Dirk Debbink and his wife take pride in how their home looks. This is evident by the asphalt paving and landscaping project that was recently completed. The house was bought in December of 2010, and went through a really extensive remodeling of the house. The last part of this project was the landscaping and driveway.

The Long and Winding Road to Residential Paving Success [CASE STUDY]

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Oct 24, 2012

Driveways are not always short and straight, especially in rural areas. Jeff Schmoeger’s driveway is approximately 800 feet long with a hilly slope, but this didn’t stop Wolf Paving from completing the residential paving project.

Moll Construction Inc. referred Wolf Paving to Schmoeger, after the construction company did the excavating to carve a pathway through the woods where the driveway was to be paved.

What to Look for in a Residential Asphalt Paving Contractor

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jun 15, 2012

Your parking lot or driveway is in disrepair with pot holes everywhere but you have no idea who to turn to for your asphalt maintenance. You know you need to get it fixed but where to even start looking?

Residential Sealcoating Done Right by Wolf Paving – CASE STUDY

Posted by J. Mrugacz on Jun 6, 2012

A transmission oil spill is not something anyone wants to deal with, let alone clean up after. It leaves a driveway looking used and abused.  This is something Steve Blackburn had to deal with, and called Wolf Paving for their help.